Monthly Archives: June 2015

Your Complete History of Viral Exposures

What can you possibly measure with just one drop of blood? Well, it turns out to be quite a lot, at least in terms of viruses. Last week in Science, researchers revealed a new technology called VirScan that allows screening of your cumulative lifetime viral exposures. Able to look for antibodies to 206 human viral […]

Systems Biology for the Exposome

A workshop hosted by the HERCULES Systems Biology Core and Georgia Tech’s Integrative BioSystems Institute on May 27 and 28, 2015 Systems Biology is a field that addresses the dynamic interactions among components of living cells or organisms and their environments. Using techniques from mathematics, computer science and engineering, computational systems biology strives to integrate […]